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302.

S. M.

Chr. Psalmist.

All Work Divine.
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Teach me, my God and King,

In all things Thee to see;

And what I do in anything,

To do it as for Thee!

To scorn the senses’ sway,

While still to Thee I tend;

In all I do be Thou the way;

In all be Thou the end.

All may of Thee partake;

Nothing so small can be,

But draws, when acted for Thy sake,

Greatness and worth from Thee.

If done beneath Thy laws,

E’en servile labors shine;

Hallowed is toil, if this the cause;

The meanest work divine.

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